2014 Chicago White Sox Postseason Awards

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Sep 24, 2014; Detroit, MI, USA; Chicago White Sox first baseman Jose Abreu (79) receives congratulations from left fielder Jordan Danks (20) after scoring in the sixth inning against the Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park. Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports

The 2014 season came to a close for the Chicago White Sox on Sunday, and with that was the end of a second consecutive losing season.

But that’s OK, because the White Sox did have a 10-win improvement and saw some of their young players take a step in the right direction. The White Sox finished 73-89 overall, 17 games behind the AL Central champion Detroit Tigers and 16 games behind the Kansas City Royals, who were the first AL Wild Card team this season.

All of that said, it is time for Southside Showdown to hand out our Chicago White Sox postseason awards for the ’14 season.

The staff of Southside Showdown voted on the following categories when it pertains to the White Sox and ’14: Team MVP, Team Best Pitcher/Cy Young, Most Improved, Most Disappointing, Best Moment, Best Announcer, Best Subtraction and Most Undervalued.

With the categories listed, we will reveal our votes on the following pages, plus give you an opportunity to vote on these categories as well.

Have fun with the vote, and let’s all enjoy this offseason, as my prediction is it will be busy and there will be some changes made to this lineup for continued improvement for the ’15 season.